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1 Highland Community College Award Guidelines for Fall 2014 Updated April 2014 Therese Crary

2 Academic awards and scholarships are reserved (primarily) for Kansas students attending classes on the main campus. available for students attending the Technical Center and living on campus or with parents/guardians in Doniphan County. awarded to only those students enrolled in a minimum of 14 hours of classes. worth $1100 toward books and tuition and are renewable. for students meeting the GPA requirement of 2.0 on campus and at the Technical Center. Some disciplines have higher GPA requirements: Art classes: 3.0 Math/Science overall: 2.8 Business overall: 2.5 Music classes: 2.5 Criminal Justice classes: 2.5 Personal Fitness Trainer classes: 2.5 Early Childhood overall: 2.5 Theatre classes: 3.0 Education overall,: 2.5 offered by May 15 before the Fall semester. offered by October 15 before the Spring semester. split $500 toward Technical Center, $500 toward general education classes on campus if student is part-time at each. lost to students that do not fulfill their obligations. Once revoked the requirement is the student will attend for one semester without the benefit before receiving it again. not valid for on-line, regional, or summer classes, even if the student lives on campus.

3 Academic Awards Agricultural Award Requirements Clifford Hawk 1. Attend all classes with no more than an 8% absenteeism rate with exception for excused absences for school sponsored events. 2. Must enroll in at least six (6) credit hours of agriculture courses per academic year on campus. (not semester). 3. May be asked to work 5 hours per semester performing a departmental activity. Art, Design, and Photography Award Requirements Glen Gross, Sam Perkins, Matt Leahy In order to qualify for a departmental award (art or photography) a high school student must have a portfolio review with the art/photography instructors and have a 2.5 or better high school GPA. 1. Must be enrolled in at least two studio art, design, or photography courses each semester. Art History counts toward the two classes for Studio Art and Graphics majors. Freshman - first semester - Studio Art majors - (ceramics, drawing, painting) will need: A 103 Two-Dimensional Design AND A 107 Drawing I OR A 112 Ceramics I Freshman - first semester - Graphic Arts majors - (graphic design, web design) will need: A 103 Two-Dimensional Design AND A 121 Design Software Applications OR A 224 Enhanced Photo Freshman - first semester - Photography majors will need: A 103 Two-Dimensional Design AND PHO 101 Photography I AND PHO 107 History of Photography AND PHO109 Studio I OR PHO108 Applied Photography I Sophomores at least two studio courses per semester. Do not put ART students in Art Appreciation; they need Art History or History of Photography for transferability. 2. Assist in setting up for the Highland Community College Art Day. 3. Submit work for and assist the Gallery Director in the set-up and display of the HCC Student Honors Art Show. 4. The Visual Art Department will retain the right to select one piece of artwork completed during each semester. This selection will become part of the permanent collection of the HCC Visual Arts Department. 5. Maintain a B average (3.0) in courses taken within the Art, Design, or Photography curriculum. 6. Attend class; more than six hours of non-valid absences in any course will result in the award being revoked.

4 Athletic Training Award Requirements Suzanne Crawford All award students work as student athletic trainers. Fall Semester: 1. Freshmen enroll in PE 143 Introduction to Athletic Training 2. Freshmen enroll in PE 151 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training I 3. Sophomores enroll in PE 151C Clinical Experience in Athletic Training III Spring Semester: 1. Freshmen enroll in PE 224 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries 2. Freshmen enroll in PE 151B Clinical Experience in Athletic Training II 3. Sophomores enroll in PE 151D Clinical Experience in Athletic Training IV Business Award Requirements Laura Young 1. Enroll in BUS120 series and a second 3 credit hour business class or 3-one credit hour classes. 2. Earn at least a 2.0 GPA overall. 3. Participate in and be an active member of Business Club. Cheerleading Award Requirements Kelly Twombly Should not enroll in evening classes without prior approval. Freshmen: 1. First Semester - PE 127 Cheerleading I and if offered, PE 124 Weightlifting. 2. Second Semester - PE 128 Cheerleading II and if offered, PE 140 Advanced Weightlifting. 3. At the end of the year one must have 24 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA to be eligible to play the next Sophomores: 1. Third Semester - PE 227 Cheerleading III and if offered, PE 241 Weightlifting II. 2. Fourth Semester - PE 228 Cheerleading IV and if offered, PE 240 Advanced Weightlifting. Criminal Justice Award Requirements Eric Ketchum 1. Must have a clean criminal record, outside of minor traffic offenses. 2. Enroll in at least one Criminal Justice course per semester (excluding summer). 3. Fulfill degree requirements as outlined by Highland Community College. 4. Maintain a GPA of 2.5 in Criminal Justice classes. 5. Must participate in departmental activities.

5 Dance Team Award Requirements Kelly Twombly Should not enroll in evening classes without prior approval. Freshmen: 1. First Semester - PE 107 Dance Team I and if offered, PE 124 Weightlifting I. 2. Second Semester - PE 108 Dance Team II and if offered, PE 140 Adv. Weightlifting. 3. At the end of the year one must have 24 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA to be eligible to play the next Sophomores: 1. Third Semester - PE 207 Dance Team III and if offered, PE 241 Weightlifting II. 2. Fourth Semester - PE 208 Dance Team IV and if offered, PE 240 Adv. Weightlifting. Early Childhood Award Requirements Eleanor Hensley 1. Pass a criminal background screening and maintain a clean criminal record. 2. Enroll in at least two program required courses per semester (excluding summer). 3. Be classified as a full time student and complete 12 credit hours or more per semester. 4. Maintain an overall 2.0 GPA and an Early Childhood 2.5 GPA each semester. 5. Successfully complete ECH 250 Early Childhood Practicum with a B or better. 6. Student progress is evaluated by the Program Coordinator. Education Award Requirements TBD Each student must: 1. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA. 2. Be an active member in the HCC Student Education Club. 3. Enroll in ED110 Introduction to Education and ED101 Pre-Professional Lab. Elementary Education majors should take World Regional Geography and Secondary Education majors should take U.S. Government, both should have General Psychology, General Sociology, and a Music/Art/Theatre Appreciation class. GED-General Education Diploma Award Requirements Mary Johanning 1. Students having received a GED from Highland Community College are eligible to apply. 2. Students scoring 660 or higher on the GED test will receive an award.

6 Math/Science Award Requirements Jeff Hurn 1. Students must have an ACT math score of 22 or ACT science score of 20 to qualify. 2. Students receiving the math/science award must be enrolled in one math class (no lower than College Algebra) or one science class each semester. 3. Students must maintain a 2.8 GPA per semester to keep the award; intended for on campus students. Media Technology Award Requirements Jaime Albers 1. Students must enroll and participate in a Media Technology course (MT111, MT112, etc.) Music Instrumental Award Requirements TBD 1. Enroll in and successfully complete requirements for Pep Band each semester. 2. Enroll in and successfully complete one (1) other music course each semester. 3. Maintain a 2.5 GPA in music courses. 4. Satisfy all class participation, class attendance, performance attendance, and grade requirements. 5. Complete music department service projects as needed. Music Vocal Award Requirements Shayna Leahy 1. Enroll in and successfully complete requirements for one vocal ensemble per semester (Chorus or Lads & Lassies). 2. Maintain a 2.5 GPA in music courses. 3. Satisfy all class participation, class attendance, performance attendance, and grade requirements. 4. Complete music department service projects as needed. 5. ALL vocal music scholarship students must enroll in M 115 Chorus I, even if they are planning to audition for Lads and Lassies (M 113). Those planning to audition should leave the time slot for Lads and Lassies, M 113 available in their schedule. A student cannot enroll in M 113 until they have been selected after auditions. Personal Fitness Trainer Award Requirements Angie Eberly 1. Students must maintain a 2.5 or higher GPA in the Personal Training specific courses: 1 st Semester: PE 139A Lifetime Fitness (Personal Trainers), PE 150 Personal Trainer Field Experience, BUS 112 Business of Personal Training 2 nd Semester: PE 150A Field Experience II 3 rd Semester: PE 150B Field Experience III 4 th Semester: PE 150C Field Experience IV & PE 210 Adv. Concepts of Personal Training

7 Scottie Ambassador Trainer Award Requirements Vanetta Geiger 1. An ambassador can be a Freshmen or Sophomore. 2. Must leave time open in their day for tours: Wednesdays or Thursdays or Fridays at 10:00-10:55 AM Wednesdays or Thursdays at 1:30-2:30 PM 3. Must maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA. Sustainability Award Requirements Greg Bryant, Linda Collins, Angie Eberly, Wendell Ganstrom and Theresa Grossman 1. Enroll in BS 107 Introduction to Environmental Science, fall semester and IDS 110 Contemporary Issues in Sustainability, spring semester. Students will need to earn a 3.0, B average in these classes. 2. Must work a minimum of three hours each week in the HCC garden, composting, recycling, or other related activities. 3. Must be an active member of the student Go Green Club. 4. Must enroll in 14 credit hours and maintain a 2.0 GPA, overall. Technical Program Award Requirements Amy DuLac 1. Eligible for all 13 programs offered at the Technical Center in Atchison. 2. Must complete WorkKeys testing and meet program requirements. 3. Must live on the main campus in Highland or with parents/guardians in Doniphan County. 4. Fulltime technical program students eligible for up to $1100. Half time technical program/halftime Highland campus students are eligible for $550 toward on campus courses and $500 toward the Technical Center. Theatre Award Requirements Sam Smith 1. Enroll in, and complete, Theatre Practicum I, II, III, and IV in successive semesters. 2. Enroll in and successfully complete one (1) additional theatre course each semester. (Theatre Appreciation does NOT fulfill this requirement) 3. Enroll in no more than 18 credit hours unless approved by the director. 4. Be actively involved in all Theatre productions each semester, as assigned. 5. Exhibit a professional attitude and willingness to work, as well as have fun.

8 Athletic awards and scholarships are awarded to cover books and tuition only, fees, housing, and meal plans are the responsibility of the student awarded to only those students enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours of classes. available for students attending the Technical Center and living on campus or with parents/guardians in Doniphan County. at the end of the freshman year one must have 24 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA to be eligible to play next lost to students that do not fulfill their obligations. Once revoked the requirement is the student will attend for one semester without the benefit before receiving it again. never valid for on-line, regional, or summer classes, even if the student lives on campus.

9 Athletic Awards Baseball Award Requirements Rick Eberly Fall Semester: 1. Freshmen - enroll in PE 136 Baseball Conditioning I. 2. Sophomores - enroll in PE 236 Baseball Conditioning II. 3. No classes after 2:00 p.m. because of practice. 4. Student must complete 15 hours with a 1.75 GPA to be eligible in the spring. Suggestion: Take science courses in Fall semester, as 5 credit hours science classes are scheduled 5 days a week. With this suggestion a student will not miss labs due to games. Spring Semester: 1. Freshmen - enroll in PE 117 Baseball I (MVA). 2. Sophomores - enroll in PE 245 Baseball II (MVA). 3. Only 8:00 a.m. classes on Tuesday and Thursday. Basketball (Men) Award Requirements Jerre Cole Fall Semester: 1. Freshmen can enroll in PE 137 Basketball Conditioning I-Men. 2. Sophomores can enroll in PE 237 Adv. Basketball/Conditioning II-Men. 3. Freshmen must complete 12 hours with a 1.75 GPA to be eligible in the spring semester. Spring Semester: 1. Freshmen can enroll in PE 106 Basketball I (MVA). 2. Sophomores can enroll in PE 206 Basketball II (MVA). At the end of the freshman year one must have 24 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA to be eligible to play the next Basketball (Women) Award Requirements B. J. Smith Fall Semester Requirements: 1. Freshmen enroll in PE 138 Basketball Conditioning I-Women 2. Sophomores enroll in PE 238 Adv. Basketball Conditioning II-Women Avoid classes after 2:20 p.m. Monday-Friday. Student must complete 12 hours with a 2.0 GPA to be eligible in the spring. Spring Semester Requirements: 1. Freshmen enroll in PE 104 Basketball I (WVA) 2. Sophomores enroll in PE 204 Basketball II (WVA)

10 Cross Country (Men) Award Requirements Chad Clevenger 1. Freshmen enroll in PE 118 Cross Country I (MVA) 2. Sophomores enroll in PE 218 Cross Country II (MVA) Cross Country (Women) Award Requirements Tom Bond 1. Freshmen enroll in PE 147 Cross Country (WVA) 2. Sophomores enroll in PE 247 Cross Country (WVA) Football Award Requirements Aaron Arnold Freshmen & Redshirts, Fall Semester Requirements: 1. Enroll in PE 105 Football (MVA) 2. Enroll in PE 124 Weightlifting I. Be done with class by 2:00 p.m. Freshmen Spring Semester Requirements 1. Enroll in PE 140 Advanced Weightlifting I. Sophomores, Fall Semester Requirements: 1. Enroll in PE 205 Football (MVA) 2. Enroll in PE 241 Weightlifting II. Be done with class by 2:00 p.m. Sophomores Spring Semester Requirements 1. Enroll in PE 240 Advanced Weightlifting II. Softball Award Requirements Heidi Jordan Freshmen Fall Semester 1. Enroll in PE 149 Softball Conditioning I 2. No classes after 2:00 p.m. due to practice. Freshman Spring Semester 1. Enroll in PE 115 Softball I (WVA) 2. No classes after 1:00 p.m. Sophomore Fall semester 1. Enroll in PE 249 Softball Conditioning II 2. No classes after 2:00 p.m. due to practice. Sophomore Spring semester

11 1. Enroll in PE 215 Softball II (WVA) 2. No classes after 1:00 p.m. Track and Field (Men) Award Requirements Chad Clevenger Freshman Fall Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 135 Running Awareness. Freshman Spring Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 116 Track I (MVA). Sophomore Fall Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 124 Advanced Weightlifting and Conditioning. Sophomore Spring Semester: 1. Optional Enroll in PE 216 Track II (MVA). Track and Field (Women) Award Requirements Tom Bond Freshman Fall Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 135 Running Awareness. Freshman Spring Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 114 Track I (WVA). Sophomore Fall Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 124 Advanced Weightlifting and Conditioning. Sophomore Spring Semester: 1. Optional Enroll in PE 214 Track II (WVA). Volleyball Award Requirements Diana Gaddis Freshman Fall Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 103 Volleyball I (WVA). 2. No night classes on W. 3. Be done with class by 2:00 every day. 4. If you need to take a lab, do not take on Friday we travel several Fridays in the semester 5. **Associate in Arts majors take first science class in spring semester. (suggested) Freshman Spring Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 140 Weightlifting/Conditioning-VB 2. Avoid 8 a.m. classes every day for a.m. practice Sophomore Fall Semester: 1. Enroll in PE 203 Volleyball II (WVA).

12 2. No night classes on W. 3. Be done with class by 2:00 every day. 4. If you need to take a lab, do not take on Friday we travel several Fridays in the semester Sophomore Spring Semester: 1. Optional enrollment in PE 240 Weights/Conditioning-VB.

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